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1. Orifice – छिद्र
Meaning – a minute opening in a surface, especially the skin or integument of an organism, through which gases, liquids, or microscopic particles may pass.
Synonyms: opening, orifice, aperture, hole, outlet, inlet, vent; technicalstoma, hydathode, ostiole, ostium, foramen.
Usage – “sweat poured from every pore in his body”
2. Ovation – जयध्वनि
Meaning – a sustained and enthusiastic show of appreciation from an audience, especially by means of applause.
Synonyms: round of applause, applause, handclapping, clapping, cheering, cheers, bravos, acclaim, standing ovation, acclamation, praise, plaudits, laurels, tribute, accolade, bouquets; informal(big) hand; rarelaudation, extolment
Usage – “the performance received a thundering ovation”
3. Navigate – नेविगेट
Meaning – plan and direct the course of a ship, aircraft, or other form of transport, especially by using instruments or maps.
Synonyms: steer; plot a route/course; helm
Usage – “they navigated by the stars”
4. Ingrained – जमा हुआ
Meaning – (of a habit, belief, or attitude) firmly fixed or established; difficult to change.
Synonyms – entrenched, established, fixed, implanted, deep-rooted, rooted, deep-seated, settled, firm, unshakeable, ineradicable, driven in; inveterate, dyed-in-the-wool, abiding, enduring, stubborn, unfading; inbred, instinctive.
Usage – “his deeply ingrained Catholic convictions”
5. Knotty – विकट
Meaning – full of knots.
Usage – “panelling in knotty pine”
Synonyms – gnarled, knotted, knurled, nodular, knobbly, lumpy, bumpy, rugged, rough, coarse; rarenodulous, nodose.
6. precept – नियम
Meaning – a general rule intended to regulate behaviour or thought.
Synonyms: principle, rule, tenet, canon, code, doctrine, guideline, working principle, law, ordinance, statute, command, order, decree, mandate, dictate, dictum, directive, direction, instruction, injunction, prescription, commandment; mitzvah; rareprescript
“the precepts of Orthodox Judaism”
Usage – “the legal precept of being innocent until proven guilty”
7. Exodus – गमन
Meaning – a mass departure of people.
Synonyms – mass departure, withdrawal, evacuation, leaving, exit; migration, emigration, hegira, diaspora; flight, escape, retreat, fleeing.
Usage – “the annual exodus of sun-seeking Canadians to Florida”
8. Nonplus – उधेड़-बुन
Meaning – surprise and confuse (someone) so much that they are unsure how to react
Synonyms – surprise, stun, dumbfound, confound, astound, astonish, amaze, take aback, disconcert, stop someone in their tracks, throw, throw/catch off balance; puzzle, perplex, baffle, mystify, confuse, bemuse, bewilder; informalfaze, flummox, floor, flabbergast, discombobulate, stump, bamboozle.
Usage – “Diane was nonplussed by such an odd question”
9. Behoove – योग्य होना
Meaning – it is a duty or responsibility for someone to do something.
Synonyms – be incumbent on, be obligatory for, be required of, be appropriate for, be expected of, be advisable for, be sensible for, be wise for.
Usage – “it behoves the House to assure itself that there is no conceivable alternative”
10. Fracas – कोलाहल
Meaning – a noisy disturbance or quarrel.
Synonyms – disturbance, quarrel, scuffle, brawl, affray, tussle, melee, free-for-all, fight, clash, skirmish, brouhaha, riot, uproar, commotion; argument, altercation, angry exchange, war of words, shouting match, tiff, dispute, disagreement, row, wrangle, squabble, rumpus; stooshie; donnybrook; bangarang.
Usage – “the fracas was broken up by stewards”